Self Service BI is Heating Up

Over the past several years, businesses have increasingly adopted self-service business intelligence (BI). In its November 2016 “Self-Service BI Market – Global Forecast to 2021” report, Research and Markets forecast …

It’s All In The Attitude!!

  Objectivity and subjectivity, like Antarctica and the Arctic Circle, have existed at opposite ends of the spectrum and are as different as the poles in which they reside. They …

Why Did We Leave?

  Rules, whether formally sanctioned or informally understood, serve to keep the day-to-day behavioral interactions on an even platform without being, completely, restrictive of human creativity. The idea being to …

Leadership by Way of Inheritance

  Far be it for anyone to conclude that leadership is a perfectly ordained process in which style, substance and circumstance synchronize to form a finely pitched symphony on its …

True Value

    Job Satisfaction, Productivity, Performance Outcomes are a few of several terms that are bandied about as measures to help determine the behavioral connection between completed tasks and organizational …

Leaders Sculpt the Future

    If you’ve ever tried to sculpt a clay figure in the middle of a fog, then you have the unique insights necessary for understanding the role of business …

How to Grow Your Personal Brand Online

  In its beginning stages, social media was widely perceived by employers as a distraction from productivity. So much so that companies used to deny employees access to sites such as …

From Micro-Managing to Coaching

  The business world is flatter, spins faster, peaks quickly, dives sharply and reinvents itself without the benefit of a sleep cycle. When the dust from all this fractured refiguring …

The Greater Pressure

By Guest Blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows Organizational cultures are, in most cases, a tightly woven fabric in which both design and style come together to provide a picture in which …

It’s the Skills, not the Labor!

  By Guest Blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows Inaccurate messaging, like locusts, grows in direct proportion to the amount of weeds available to feed upon. Within the world of talent acquisition, …

Sitting Around Making Up Stuff!

  By Guest Blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows    I was challenging my mind by tuning into an old episode of ‘The Big Valley’ (I don’t expect many of you to …

Paying the Cost to Be the Boss

By Guest Blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows “It’s not fair, Dr. Meadows!” Emilia Curry said as she slid onto the opposite bench seat in the booth where I had just crushed …

The Intangible Element of Being

By Guest Blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows  Ever since the great employee free fall of the 1980’s in which terms like ‘downsizing’, ‘restructuring’, ‘right sizing’ and ‘reengineering’ became object descriptions for …

Happy New Year!

By Madhuri Deshpande, President of GDI Infotech   At GDI Infotech, we’re amazed that it is already the end of 2016. We’ve connected with over 2500 talented IT candidates and …

Who are the ‘Outliers?’

Written by guest blogger, Dr. Lee Meadows    The introduction of the Bell-Shaved curve into the world of ‘explanations’ for human behavior, created room in which scholars and schemers could …

Style Is The New Substance

By Guest Blogger, Lee Meadows, PhD   During a recent visit to Atlanta to attend the NAAAHR national conference, I was privy to a roundtable lunch conversation in which I knew …

Smart, Yes; Wise, Well?

By Guest Blogger, Lee Meadows, PhD   We have the bell curve to thank for providing a way of explaining how the majority of us are just smart enough to not …